FeelThere Releases Cincinnati International Airport for MSFS

March 23, 2024
Petar Radovic
nobody, apparently.

FeelThere has recently released their rendition of Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (KCVG) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Cincinnati is a global cargo hub for DHL Aviation, Kalitta Air, Atlas Air, ABX Air, and Amazon Air, placing it 6th for the busiest cargo hub in the USA, and 12th in the world.

Opened in 1944 as a training airport during WWII, the airport got its first passenger terminal two years later, with the first arrival being an American Airlines DC-3 from Cleveland. In mid-1980, CVG became one of Delta’s hubs, increasing yearly airport operations by 200.000, and doubling passenger volumes by to 20 million passengers handled per year. During its peak in 2005, CVG handled more than 600 flights a day.

The airport consists of four runways (three parallel and one perpendicular), a single terminal and two concourses, Concourse A - that has 23 gates, and Concourse B -with 28 gates. CVG also serves as a third biggest world hub for DHL (The other two being Leipzig-Halle and Hong Kong) and as a main shipping hub for Amazon Air operating with more than 50 767-300/200F.

FeelThere’s rendition of Cincinnati International Airport includes the following features:

  • Over 40 intricately designed building models with PBR texturing.
  • Fully modelled ground polygon with realistic decals, dirt, taxi lines, and surfaces.
  • Updated AFCAD, parking spots, taxiway names, and taxi signs.
  • Enhanced taxiway and runway lighting.
  • Various objects and clutter are strategically placed around the airport using the SDK.
  • Improved night lighting and apron lamps.
  • Terrain accurately follows real-world elevation.

This scenery is available on SimMarket for $19.50USD and takes only 1.03GB of space on disk.

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